Aardvark | Resources for Librarians
Archiving & Document Preservation
Search : 
Month/Year : 
Country : 
  (Search tips)
0-9  A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z  All
Result : Found 79 result(s) for "All"  
Anick Jesdanun writes that computer files may survive but the equipment to make sense of them might not resulting in our inability to read information digitized only a few years ago. The implications for libraries are clear. (Houston Chronicle 16 January 2003)
Dedicated to the digital preservation activities of the Library of Congress.
James Currall (and others) write that in creating a business case for digital preservation thought must be given to its value to the organisation. Value should be considered as a counterpoint to costs. (Paper presented at the Archiving 2006; May 23-26 2006, Ottawa. Source: University of Glasgow DSpace (via PADI).
The Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) was established in 2001 to foster joint action to address the urgent challenges of securing the preservation of digital resources in the UK and to work with others internationally to secure the global digital memory and knowledge base.
Neil Beagrie describes the development and subsequent use of a digital preservation handbook and future plans for expansion of its use in training and professional practice. (Ariadne #43 30 April 2005).
The focus of this article by MacKenzie Smith is the implementation of DSpace at MIT for archiving e-prints and other artifacts of scholarly communication, and making these available to the public. (High Energy Physics Libraries Webzine #9 February 2004).
MacKenzie Smith et.al. write that MIT Libraries and Hewlett-Packard Labs have collaborated on the development of an open source system called DSpace™ that functions as a repository for the digital research and educational material produced by members of a research university or organization. The first part of this article describes the DSpace system including its functionality and design, and its approach to various problems in digital library and archives design. The second part discusses the implementation of DSpace at MIT, plans for federating the system, and issues of sustainability. (D-Lib Magazine 9(1) January 2003)
Marion Prudlo discusses LOCKSS, EPrints, and DSpace in terms of who uses them, their cost, underlying technology, the required know-how, and functionalities. (Ariadne #43 30 April 2005).
Harvard University report on document type definitions dated December 2001 (DTD).
Published by the National Association of State Chief Information Officers NASCIO).
Copyright © 2003 - 2005 by iGroup